Lee Rawdon and Edna Ary, like so many young couples of the 19th and early 20th centuries, 'went a courtin' and a big part of it was done via postcards. Today Lee and Edna's ancestors celebrate and carry on their legacy of love, through their postcards.
A select group of 35 dealers will participate in the Delaware Coast Antiques Show & Sale, in Rehoboth Beach, Del., Sept. 11-13.
Bat Masterson’s 1882 .45 Colt Single Action Army Revolver finished within its presale estimate with a sale price of $96,000 during the July 30-Aug. 2 sale offered by J Levine Auction & Appraisals.
A collection of about 500 works of art from the Reader's Digest Corporate collection are up for bid Aug. 19 through Nye and Company.
James D. Julia's annual summer auction will celebrate 35 years this Aug. 25-28, and also marks the expansion of the sale to a four-day event. Among the lots garnering presale attention is an elegant bronze statue.
A uncommon relic from the famous Hindenburg airline of the early 20th century prompts Ask the Experts panel member, Susan Mullikin, to provide a brief history lesson about the iconic airliner.
During her Antiques Roadshow experience, Antique Trader subscriber Vikki Eilts spoke with two people who were enjoying their first Roadshow tour stop.
Antique Trader subscriber and Readers’ Advisory Board member Vikki Eilts shares a behind-the-scenes report of her recent ‘Antiques Roadshow’ volunteering experience in Omaha, Nebraska.
Bidding is expected to be wild for a veterinary cabinet, advertising Dr. Daniel's Veterinary Medicines, during Morphy Auctions' Aug. 9 sale.
In his latest pair of evaluations, Dr. G. Marchelos offers valuable historical details about seldom-seen drawings of a WWII ball bearing factory, in the Ask the Experts column.